Meet Me At The Water brings together imagery of the artist's family during summer swims in nearby rivers, along with ideas of joy, playfulness and connectedness. Tracy's lyrical, restrained and deft use of colour and gesture are reminiscent of the natural light in these environments and expressively portray the moments of celebration that can flood these playful summer times.
Tracy Croucher studied Painting at the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts in the 1980's, being taught by Doris Lusk, Phillip Trustrum and Don Peebles. Ted Bracey also became a mentor to her during this time and until his death in 2009.
Tracy has been exhibiting her work in public and private galleries throughout New Zealand for 25 years.